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Cavalor SoZen

Cavalor North America


Help calm, hot

Key Benefits

  • Calming balance: Helps balance the adrenaline-cortisol levels in highly stressed horses.
  • All natural: Natural ingredients are safe for horses to consume.
  • Herbal mixture: Relaxing combination of ginseng, garlic, oats milky seed, common rue, St. John's wort, common hops, European goldenrod, common nettle, birch, and licorice
  • Easy to use powder: Simply add the recommended amount to your horse's feed as needed.
  • Non-sedating horse product: Gentle formula helps to calm horses without causing drowsiness.
  • Tip: Give the 10 day loading dose (ideally at a time of low stress) and then follow up with a daily dose or use as needed by adding Sozen 2-3 days before the stressful event. Can be combined with CAVALOR Take It Easy for an elevated affect for extremely nervous or anxious horses.
  • FEI clean sport guaranteewhen used as indicated.

Feeding Instructions

Feed rate is the same for any horse or pony.
Initial Rate: Feed 30 grams (4 scoops) once a day for 10 days. Your horse may become more tense or reactive around day 4-5 of loading dose period.

Follow up rate: 15 grams (2 scoops) a day prior to and during an event.

Do not exceed 60 grams in one day.

If more than three months has passed between courses, it is recommended to re-introduce the product at the initial rate. The time period can vary depending on the temperament of your horse.

Shipping & Returns

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Guaranteed Analysis

(Per Kilogram)

Hypericum Perforatum: 35,000 mg
Ginseng: 30,000 mg
Humulus Lupulus: 30,000 mg
Ruta Graveolens: 25,000 mg
Solidago Virgaurea: 30,000 mg
Urtica dioica: 25,000 mg
Glycyrrhiza Glabra: 61,000 mg
L-Tryptophan: 250,000 mg
Magnesium: 0.2%


Avena Sativa, Betula, Glycyrrhiza glabra, Passiflora, and Allium sativa.